As of September 2014, the U.S. Department of Defense has not provided answers to the MarineNet Humvee course publicly. The MarineNet Humvee course is a certification course for marines learning to operate Humvees.
MarineNet is a distance learning technology implemented by the U.S. Marine Corp in order to provide training and educational opportunities to troops domestically and abroad, particularly in the Middle East. MarineNet delivers electronic courseware globally to instruct Marines in various subjects. It serves as an educational alternative for Marines who are generally unable to participate in a traditional learning environment. For example, when the U.S. entered into conflict in the Middle East in the last decade, a need arose for cultural and language training. Through Marinenet, the U.S.Department of Defence streamlined the training. Experts merged lectures from experts and PowerPoint presentations to deliver the information to marines succinctly via MarineNet.
MarineNet entered a beta stage in 1998 and became fully operational in 2000 with six course offerings. As of September 2014, MarineNet offers 1,600 free courses for active and reserve marines. A Humvee, or High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV), is a four-wheel drive military all-terrain vehicle which has taken over the roles originally performed by the jeep. It is produced by AM General.Learn More
The nine-dot puzzle is a creative thinking exercise. Use a pencil to strike through each dot only once, using four lines to create a final image that resembles an upward and left pointing arrow. It is important to realise that certain lines must extend beyond the grid of dots, otherwise the angles do not work for this puzzle./
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As of 2014, it is currently the 21st century. A century is defined as 100 years, and the years of the Gregorian calendar began with the year 1 A.D. Therefore, the 21st century started on January 1, 2001, and will end on December 31, 2100.Full Answer >